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Message 21 of 83

Re: Barnby Exchange (EABBY) accepting Orders (Who from?)

I'm sure you're aware that wanting to know isn't the same as need to know.

ISP's need to know.

You only need to know the availability from your cabinet, and you already know how to find that out.
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Message 22 of 83

Re: Barnby Exchange (EABBY) accepting Orders (Who from?)

Exactly why is the number of cabinets served by local exchange considered as sensitive ?

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Message 23 of 83

Re: Barnby Exchange (EABBY) accepting Orders (Who from?)

Any information that could help a competitor is commercially sensitive.
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Message 24 of 83

Re: Barnby Exchange (EABBY) accepting Orders (Who from?)

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Message 25 of 83

Re: Barnby Exchange (EABBY) accepting Orders (Who from?)

That reply is not very helpfull is it? Not as though the official secrets act is being breached is it? Will be contacting my local MP to discuss this farce. As I understand it BT is being paid a substantial ammount of tax payers funding to improve rural broadband? What is the problem with telling me how many cabinets have been upgraded on my local exchange to FTTC compared to how many cabinets are served by my local exchange?

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Message 26 of 83

Re: Barnby Exchange (EABBY) accepting Orders (Who from?)

This is a BT residential customer to customer forum. You would need to ask Openreach that question and you have been advised how to go about that.

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Message 27 of 83

Re: Barnby Exchange (EABBY) accepting Orders (Who from?)

I'm sure he will have more luck than you in finding out http://www.peteraldous.com/broadband

 

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Message 28 of 83

Re: Barnby Exchange (EABBY) accepting Orders (Who from?)

Do not want to say thanks

 

My exchange is indicated as Market place 1 which means: This exchange has BT Wholesale as the sole provider of broadband services. Suprising?

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Message 29 of 83

Re: Barnby Exchange (EABBY) accepting Orders (Who from?)

If he's your MP, he looks like the best man for the job
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Message 30 of 83

Re: Barnby Exchange (EABBY) accepting Orders (Who from?)

Hi trooper,

 

Being a Market 1 exchange doesn't mean you can only get BT Retail broadband/services. It just means that other ISPs have not "Unbundled the exchange" to install their own exchange hardware (possibly due to it not being financially viable). However you can still get other services/broadband from other ISPs on your exchange, just using the BT Wholesale network rather than using their own LLU network. 

 

Any way back to the topic, as said before you will be best to contact your BDUK broadband scheme (Better Broadband for Suffolk) or NGA Openreach for answers regarding the rollout of fibre in your exchange area. Your MP may be able to get info to confirm if your with scope of the BDUK project or not.

 

 

 

 


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